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Shan Shahi Haleem Com 300G

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Shan Shahi Haleem Com has the perfect proportion of whole lentils, wheat grains, and spices to help you prepare the traditional creamy and grainy Haleem Curry. Shan Shahi Haleem Com gives instant energy. Haleem is a high-calorie dish then it gives instant energy because it contains slow-digesting and fast-burning ingredients. The dry fruits that are rich in anti-oxidants add to their nutritional value. So, the meat and dry fruits make it a high-protein food.

Haleem is a concoction of healthy ingredients including pounded wheat, pure ghee, meat, and several spices such as cardamom, cumin, cashew, pistachio, etc. During Ramzan, Muslims fast for all day, and breaking the fast with haleem gives them instant energy. So, it fills them up with nutrition that the body is devoid of for long hours of fast,” explained Mohammed Abdul Majeed, chief executive officer of Pista House the most famous haleem makers in Hyderabad.

Like everything else, mouth-watering haleem also comes in varieties. There is lamb haleem, fish haleem, mutton haleem, then there is a chicken variant of this dish. Meethi (sweet) and khaari (salty) haleem are amongst the new entrants.


COOKING RECIPE AS PER 300 GRAM:


INGREDIENT REQUIRED: Meat 250g boneless, Bones 500g, Oil/Ghee 175ml, Onion 1 medium finely sliced.

STEPS OF COOKING:

1. Heat half cup ghee/oil, add meat, bones, and Shan Special Shahi Haleem Masala. Stir fry for few minutes. Add pulses and grain. Add 12 cups of water.

2. Cover and cook on low heat until meat is completely tender (about 4-6 hours). Stir occasionally.

3. Remove bones and discard. Blend mixture to a coarse paste with a wooden spoon or coarse grind half quantity in a blender. Do not grind to a fine paste.

4. Add 2 cups of water. Cook on low heat for 20-30 minutes.

5. Heat remaining ghee/oil and fry the sliced onions until golden. Pour into the Haleem. Cover and cook on low heat for 20-30 minutes.



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